I was going 65 on a 40
You can have the supervision revoked as a possibility, although you may be eligible for as many as 2 supervisions within a year. But it's discretionary and not automatic.
Probably best to hire a lawyer to get you out of this mess.
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You need to hire an attorney to get this sorted out. There is a real possibility of having the supervision terminated. There could be real concerns to your driving privileges and an attorney will give you the best chances of obtaining simultaneous supervisions.
Hire local counsel; it isn't going to be as expensive as you think. Avvo's "Find a Lawyer" feature ma prove useful as well.
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